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The R'n'B star says he was jealous that the biggest hit of his career was written by someone else and admits that his addiction to Vicodin and alcohol limited his involvement in the studio.
Some of the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker's neighbors reportedly called the police after the R'n'B singer blasted loud music during a Labor Day weekend home party.
Five months after announcing their separation, the 'Blurred Lines' singer and his actress wife are putting their 3,158-square-foot property on the market.
It's unclear how many copies of 'Paula' have been sold in the country since the exact sales figures are not registered for albums that chart outside of ARIA's top 500.
In the U.S., the album will open somewhere inside Billboard 200's top 10 with only 25,000 copies sold.
The R'n'B singer performs 'Get Her Back' and 'Lock the Door' from his newest album 'Paula' as well as his biggest hit so far 'Blurred Lines'.
The 'Blurred Lines' crooner recently opened up in a radio interview about his estranged wife, from whom he separated, saying, 'I haven't seen her for four months,' and, 'I'm admitting my faults.'
The 'Blurred Lines' singer received negative comments from Twitter users during a planned Question and Answer session, in which he was supposed to take part, on Tuesday.
The video shows several cute kids dressing in formal wear singing along to the song and getting into a cake fight.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker thinks that he has no reason to hide the fact that every song in his upcoming album, aptly titled 'Paula', is about his estranged wife Paula Patton.
The song, which will appear in Thicke's 'Paula' album, is about a woman refusing to take back the man who has betrayed her.
In the clip, Thicke is trying hard to win back his wife who says that he's let her down so many times.
The full music video of the song, which serves as the first single from the R'n'B star's forthcoming seventh studio album, will be released on Monday, June 23.
The 14-song set includes some tracks like 'Get Her Back', 'You're My Fantasy' and 'Love Can Grow Back' which are inspired by Thicke's estranged wife, Paula Patton.
The album, which was written and produced entirely by Thicke himself, is scheduled to arrive on July 1 via Star Trak/Interscope Records.